Built Faster, Stronger, Greener

Much is written today about the new Modern Methods of Construction and a new modular approach to building homes. We have been building quality modular homes in Light Gauge Steel for 10 years with over 1,000 homes completed.

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Great House Types Complete Flexibility.

Whether your next project is to build on greenfield land, old employment land or in a central town or city centre location, we have built homes in each setting. Our Light Gauge Steel system has the flexibility to deliver precision-built beautiful homes for residents. Our modular system can be engineered to replicate the house types in any existing planning permission.

We can also work with appointed Architects to design your next new community. We also have built hundreds of, NHBC approved, tenure blind 2,3 4, and 5-bed homes. Our flexibility to build everything from greenfield sites to complex city centre apartment building is our strength.

St Anne's Quarter


100% recyclable materials used, 80% recycled Light Gauge Steel, 95% less construction material waste, Lighter Foundations. Low Carbon footprint achievable. Excellent BREEAM / CFSH rating possible reducing running costs for residents and providers.

Construction Cost Saving

10 years experience of building with our Light Gauge Steel system, over 1,000 homes completed, 100% cost predictability, 50% reduction on time-on-site, typically 10% cost savings.

Construction & Design Services

In-House Design Service, for your existing or new designs to suit your location. Experience and expertise to optimise the LSG structure using world-class Design Software.

Local Authority Housing

Our team has a deep understanding of the political and operational challenges Councils face as we start building again at scale.

Housing Associations

We are experienced at working with Housing Association as they increase their housing supply, with proven great home designs for tenants and private buyers alike.


We know our customers. From first timers to self-builders, successfully helping them realise their dreams of a quality new modular home.

Modern Methods Of Construction

We are probably the UK most experienced Modular Housebuilder you have never heard of, with over 1,000 home completed. Light Gauge Steel construction won’t rot, twist or bend and allows for automotive type precision to be introduced into housebuilding. Quality stands the test of time and becomes an asset to homeowners and an asset class for providers. We have the experience, knowledge and capacity to build your new homes – so please contact us.

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Clean Quick Construction

With less time-on-site and speedy construction, the site prestige increases – enhancing your reputation for getting things done.

Highest Noise Insulation Standards

Shared party wall noise complaints are a thing of the past with the highest noise insulation as standard.

Smart Homes

By partnering with a world-class technology partner, smart technology can be embedded and enabled as and when needed to support residents as their care needs increase.


Working with Local Colleges to provide top quality training and real Modern Method of Construction jobs.

Technology Embedded

As a provider allowing you to move from reactive maintenance to predictive maintenance of the Asset Class with real-time monitoring of the household system.

Whole Life Costs

Precision construction and use of world-class software mean that the +60 year whole life costs of the building can be predicted.

Our Experienced Directors
Our Directors and their teams are steeped in housebuilding, building communities and deliverying precision built Modular Homes for partners and residents.


An MP for 13 years, former government minister and Vice-Chairman of the Conservative Party, Steve is Chairman of Soho Estates Ltd and Driver Group plc, Chair of the Council of the National Infrastructure Planning Association and of Cambridgeshire’s arms-length propco, This Land. Steve is an Eminent Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and one of Property Week’s Property Power 100.


An experienced developer, Matt first looked at Modern Methods of Construction in 2005 and completed his first block of apartments in light gauge steel in 2007. Matt’s commitment to this method of construction has remained and since the inception of his own LGS company, he has delivered in excess of 1000 residential units.

Operations Director

An ex-Lotus engineer with experience in the ownership and operation of efficient manufacturing sites in the automotive industry. William is Operations Director and is keen to bring automotive best practice into the production and assembly of the LGS panels.

Sales Director

A former Leader of Suffolk County Council and Director of the New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership. Also an ex Sales and Marketing Director of a private house building plc with 33 years wide-ranging experience in housing and land development. Colin is Sales Director responsible for developing new partnership relationships with County, Unitary and District Councils, Combines Authorities, Local Authority Housing Companies and Housing Associations.


Having spent almost all his working life in the property industry working on Strategic Development and Regeneration schemes as a Director of Sanctuary Investments. Craig has an excellent understanding of the London and Home Counties property market. Prior to this Craig spent a number of years in the financial services sector with Citigroup and the Kuwait Investment Office.

Construction Director

Richard is a Chartered Building Engineer and Project Manager who currently manages LGS projects worth £120 million, the latest being the 435-apartment St. Anne’s Quarter development in Norwich. Richard spent the first 15 years of his career with Balfour Beatty and Bovis and has extensive experience delivering capital projects for public bodies.’

Technical Director

Tim has 30 years engineering experience in design, test and development in the automotive and construction sectors and has managed material development projects at Magna, Collins & Aikman and IAC. In 2015 Tim received a prestigious award for the global Composite of the Year: FibriRock – a 100% bio-sourced composite for the aircraft and construction industries, meeting very tough structural and fire requirements.


“If the Government is to have any chance of meeting its target of 300,000 new homes a year it cannot simply rely on traditional methods of construction. They must make a serious effort to support the use of new and emerging technologies that have the potential to have a transformative impact on the speed, cost and quality of home building. This is not simply about shifting production away from the building site and into factories. It is about seizing opportunities that modern technologies allow, whether it be precision manufacturing, use of new materials or digital working.”

Clive Betts MP – Chair of the Housing, Communities and Local Government Committee,
said on the launch of Select Committee’s Modular Housing Report 03.07.2019
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